Fox-Boorstein International Internship
The Smith College Department of Government announces the annual competition for the Fox-Boorstein International Internship Fellowship. This fellowship of between $300 and $800, made possible by her bequest and through the generosity of family members, is available to students in any major, although priority is given to students majoring in government. It is intended to support Smith students working internationally at summer internships in governmental or non-governmental organizations that involve a policy focus or involve global issues. Application forms are also available in Wright Hall 226. The deadline for application is usually mid-April.
Leanna Brown Fellowship
The Smith College Department of Government announces the annual competition for the Leanna Brown '56 Fellowship. This fellowship (normally between $500 and $1,000), made possible by the generosity of her father, Harold Young, is intended to support Smith students working at summer internships in state or local government or in organizations (government or nongovernment) focused on issues of particular concern to women. All students are invited to apply. Application forms are also available in Wright Hall 226. The deadline for application is usually mid-April.
Harry S. Truman Scholarship
Students interested in careers of public service are invited to register for nomination for a Harry S. Truman Scholarship. The award of $30,000 is for graduate or professional education. Smith College may nominate up to four juniors for the national competition. It is best to begin the process early in the spring of the sophomore year (especially if you will be abroad in your junior year). Registrations are accepted up to early fall of the junior year, but the earlier you begin, the better your chances.